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Heart problems may be rare in pro athletes after COVID-19
"The new cardiac study shows professional athletes who contracted covert 19 were able to return to competition safely and without signs of heart disease, NPR's Tom Goldman reports. The study published in JAMA cardiology involved 789 athletes diagnosed with Covert 19 They were for Major League Baseball, the NFL NBA W NBA Major League Soccer and the National Hockey League on Lee five of the 789 later head. Inflammatory heart disease. Three with my own card itis, too, with pericarditis. None of the athletes had been seriously ill with covered 19, but the five with cardiac disease had more severe initial covered symptoms. Concerns about heart problems came up last year as sports leagues debated whether or not to play during the pandemic. Despite the positive news about professionals, the study says similar research is needed for youth, college and masters level athletes. Tom Goldman NPR
Heart problems may be rare in pro athletes after COVID-19
"There's good news for professional athletes infected with the coronavirus. Almost all athletes involved. The new cardiac study were able to return to play safely with no evidence of heart disease. Been a concern in sports during the pandemic is NPR's Tom Goldman reports. The study published in JAMA cardiology involved 789 athletes Diagnosed with Covert 19 They were for Major League Baseball, the NFL NBA W NBA Major League Soccer and the National Hockey League on Lee five of the 789 later head. Inflammatory Heart disease. Three with my own card itis, too, with pericarditis. None of the athletes had been seriously ill with covert 19, but the five with cardiac disease had more severe initial covered symptoms. Concerns about heart problems came up last year as sports leagues debated whether or not to play during the pandemic. Despite the positive news about professionals, the study says similar research is needed for youth, college and masters level
Can teaching your children sign language can help language learning?
"I'm surprised that attachment experts and people that are really You know enthusiastic. I won't say into but you know attachment. I'm they wouldn't have brought this up and said wait a minute. Debate one of the best ways that we can increase attachment in up for kids and their parents would be to teach them to sign. Then the other thing is as far as learning other languages in the future me say your child wants to learn spanish in fourth grade or french or latin. Like i did. It's gotta be so much easier for them because they know how to work different parts of their brain time. They'll both of my kids. I haven't even mentioned this to you. That's what i'm saying. We're on the same wavelength. Both of my kids are well. I i'm trying to get them trilingual and so sign is they know the least amount of words but they are a hundred percent bilingual english and spanish. You could talk to them all day in spanish and not say one and their three or two and three you can letters goalie bonian lebedeva or just as i was getting london from the park. I was talking to her in spanish in saint northstar stormy indo. Why are you not sleeping right now. Let's go given the call sign and schilling george inner mixes. She will one hundred percent. She'll say grass on Oh my gosh. She said the other day she said Coma safety say like she was asking me. How do you say Gosh she say she said komo's ad say word in spanish amit was wild and then she asked the sentence in spanish so she was just wondering we weren't even speaking in spanish. Yup is she is she was on yet. But i promise you sign. Language is the reason that she has blown through her milestones. At one year she was she could do such a nerd journaling every month of other things or whatever so they can read back on it. I actually made them a g mail account and i like email them emails so that one day they can read stuff that i like sent to them on. That's my mom again. Jama color jama grant jan and grandma jam telling me to do that so we did that but say gosh. Where was i going with that and we were talking about. You want trilingual hocken about the ease that you Create for your kids in learning third and fourth language. If at early age they've learned to yes and i. It's it's it's very true. Yeah i am telling you. Oh we asked that was her. It was at her pediatrician appointment for her one year. They're like you know. Kimchi say three to five words. And i might jan which language and they were like what she knows. English sign in spanish. And i'm like teller. London like lima one year old. My one year old was. I'm like come on. You know it's hard because you know kids if they're not always going to do what you want especially that kind of clam up at the doctor's office but she was like we're not leaving here until she says a word all these languages than being on like london you know. Show us milk show as eater. Whatever she could say a couple words in spanish Probably like five six in spanish probably ten in english as a one year old. Now that's different. I was wild pick. I mean my pediatrician. Just couldn't believe her eyes but my son wasn't like that so it's not like they had the same upbringing in the same house. That totally proves every kid is different. Like my son could not do that. Yeah i actually am not. That's not unusual that you know girls. Language progresses more quickly than it has nothing to do with intelligence. It's just it's you know who they
Pregnant COVID-19 survivors appear to pass protective antibodies on to their babies
"Let's talk about this next story. As i said. I'm very encouraged by it. So pregnant women pass on antibodies to their children who were then apparently based on the early data immune to infection. So what's going on here. Well this says evidence builds that pregnant women pass on covert antibodies to newborns in. This was a new york times article. They really pass it onto the unborn because it says to newborns but they're passing it through the placenta which is a pre birth situation except for a few minutes but the basic idea is that you can apparently pass protective antibodies through the placenta For covid which is really great and this came from an article in Jama pediatrics. Which i think they really should just call jammies with. I mean better. The basic ideas that Women are transferring. Antibodies their fetuses and the earlier. That you encounter the antigen in this case. I guess they're talking about infection. The more antibody is transmitted to the fetus. And this has a lot of profound amply profound implications because what it says is is that vaccination on pregnant women may be very important and may have protective effects on the fetus. And the problem is that in all of the studies that this happened that were done the pfizer and the modern of studies. They didn't include pregnant women. In the cohort. A couple of women became pregnant while in the study and there are no adversities but There were no tests that were done on pregnant women and that remains something to be seen. So what would they learned from. Natural infection seems to be really good evidence that it'll be a good thing to vaccinate pregnant women. Yeah as i said very very encouraging news now one other thing that they mentioned in passing in the study was that none of the babies Became infected now. They can't one hundred percent rule out the that maybe an unborn child will get this. If the mothers sick but from the evidence we have so far it looks like mothers get infected and they can't pass it to their children. Is that correct that right. That's right it doesn't it doesn't look like there is viral transmission through the placenta but it appears as though the antibody can do it. So it's a. It's a very selective filter placentas are weird and That's a looks like that's the case
Fauci says he hopes he gets another chance to throw out Nationals first pitch after 'embarrassing' first try
"Fauci is asking the Washington Nationals for another chance. Speaking with the medical journal, Jama, the nation's top infectious disease expert, says he wants to throw out another one of the team's ceremonial first pitches. You might have seen the footage of the last time he tried is First attempt last year did not go well. He completely missed the home plate when viral all over Social media, Dr Fauci calling that quite embarrassing
Researching COVID-19 and its impact on families
"Finds people in the U. S who received unemployment benefits were last likely to delay getting health care and have problems affording food and rent. As redo Chatterjee reports they were also likely to have better mental health. The new study used data collected by the U. S Census Bureau, aimed it, understanding how the pandemic has affected families around the country. Respondents who said they received unemployment benefits or less likely to have missed the previous month. Rent or worry about the next month's rent. There were less likely to have trouble putting food on the table in Delia, accessing non Corbett related health care. He also had lower risks of having symptoms of anxiety and depression. However, on Lee 36% of respondents said they had received unemployment benefits in the past seven days. Findings appear in JAMA internal medicine with the
Magic mushrooms could help treat depression, study finds
"Trials focusing on depression concentrated specifically on treatment resistant depression a clinical classification that categorizes patients suffering from md who have not responded effectively to at least two different pharmacological antidepressant treatments during a current depressive episode so to translate that that means that that standard allopathic medicine methods of treating depression are not working for these people. I'm really curious as to what kind of therapy. They're doing cognitive behavioral. Good question that they were doing with addicts that had would. That was having great response with both silla. Simon and lsd in this case they say this mdd which is again major depressive disorder Is much more common with some estimates suggesting over three hundred million people worldwide suffering from this debilitating condition while a larger face trial before or after the planned. Amick to good question while a larger phase two trial testing silla cyber dd is currently underway. This new study in the journal of jama atri and i think that's journal of american medicine. Association offers the first peer reviewed published data showing efficacy for this particular mental health condition. This small preliminary trial recruited twenty four subjects with at least two years of documented history of depression. All of the subjects were required to wean off of any antidepressant treatment before the trial commenced so they were clean from the medications they've been on and the story here says depression was assessed using the standard grid. Hamilton depression scale rating the severe depression scores of twenty four or higher on the scale while seven or less is classified as no depression. At the beginning of the study. The average score for the cohort was twenty three. So these were severely depressed people. The treatment process resembled the general protocol used in most suicide. Simon studies two doses of silla. Simon were administered to each subject spaced two weeks. Apart a number of psychotherapy sessions both preceded and followed the active solicitation sessions. The results were undoubtedly impressive with seventy one percent of the cohort displaying more than a fifty percent reduction in depressive symptoms at the four week. Follow up so wow four weeks. After the treatment seventy one percent of these people had a more than fifty percent reduction in symptoms. That's pretty significant. Ya and it's not and the reason big pharma hates it. is it actually cures. that's right. it's not something that you have to keep growing and taking every single day for the rest of your life. I mean you could. But i mean you you couldn't. You'd probably have good old time. You'd also micro dose on sivan fairly effectively and not even
Uncontrolled hypertension is getting worse in the U.S., study finds
"New study is showing an increasing number of people in the US are suffering from uncontrolled high blood pressure. Brian Shook has more research from Jama showed that out of 18,000 subjects who had high blood pressure in 2017 and 2018, the number of uncontrolled hypertension cases rose by 10%. Nicknamed the Silent Killer. High Blood Pressure has also been linked to be a danger to anyone infected with the Corona virus.
Dr. Anthony Fauci starting to see 'insidious' rise in rate of positive coronavirus cases in some states
"Infectious and a disease ready made expert, meal Kid Dr company Anthony called found, Sprig, CI. Warren's which got a states bunch of news showing coverage an increase effort have in launched the percentage in 2013. of people testing Here's positive a clip from Fox. for the Corona So virus listen to this. may A soon lot experience of believers in a this surgeon company. They've cases. just raised $45 Those states include million Tennessee, to expand Kentucky service and Ohio. beyond San Francisco. Found. She spoke with the medical Joining journal us Now JAMA. we have He spring continued CEO to urge last everyone five years in to the wear U. S a mask have been over and practice 2000 social distancing. VC investments made into There are what
The state of Alzheimer Disease in America
"Is sixty five and her daughter just moved in to help care for her Jan is forgetful emotional. She can't concentrate. She's lost her sense of direction and she can no longer be independent. There are several causes of dementia but the most common is Alzheimer's disease which affects six, million Americans sixty, five and older and a significant group of people under the age of sixty five. And as our population ages, the number of people with Alzheimer's dementia is growing larger each year there is a high likelihood that Jan has Alzheimer's type dementia because her sister and her mother also have it. Doctors do have some tools to diagnose Alzheimer's disease, the most commonly used or brief oral cognitive tests to test memory and logic. These are the sorts of tests. President trump probably took where one of the items ask people to remember five objects at fifteen minutes. These tests do a pretty good job of separating those with frank dementia from those with normal thinking but they. Don't help separate out people with mild cognitive impairment from those with normal cognition. Doctors can also use imaging studies like pet scans, spinal taps, or emery scans with more accurate but are expensive invasive, and not always available will report this week published in Jama suggests a new simple blood test may be accurate inexpensive and may soon be widely available according to the study the. New Test promises to be able to detect the disease decades before memory problems begin but the problem is that testing for disease for which there is no or only very poor treatments raise some important ethical issues. It would be one thing if patients could start treatment early or even take a medicine to prevent the disease, but this is not the case yet we have. Several prescription drugs and some over the counter supplements. But the very best they can offer is a slight slowing disease progression and even that is of questionable significance to patients. So the value of a test that identifies a condition early, that is before the onset of symptoms comes in allowing patients who wished to know whether they will develop this disease to plan their lives accordingly. They might make very different life choices. If they know, their final years will be impacted by Alzheimer's disease. The test also has the potential of helping doctors differentiate dementia caused by Alzheimer's from other types of dementia and medical conditions, which may be more amenable to effective treatments. and New drugs do come along which are promising. The test will also help researchers identify those people likely to develop the disease so that the drugs intended to prevent or treat the disease can be studied early in the course of the illness this new test is unlikely to make any difference to Jan but her daughter's already thinking about whether she wants a blood test that can tell her what may be in her
"jama" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Ian JAMA Pediatrics finds Children infected with Corona virus have a least a CZ. Much of the virus in their respiratory tracts is adults. Kids kids under age 5 100 times ABC News chief medical correspondent Dr Jen Ashton. They detected genetic material of SARS cov, too, or the Corona virus in high amounts in the respiratory tract of kids. That doesn't mean it was live virus. But it does suggest again that kids may have a significant role in transmitting the virus at all to do with the number of Corona virus deaths in the U. S. Now, then more than 153,000. This on the heels of the worst month for Corona virus case is so far reaching nearly two million nationwide in July. That's more than double any month so far, and Florida, which has been so hard hit by the pandemic, now bracing for another crisis. Hurricane Isa Yes, approaching the coast governor on descent. This already declaring a state of emergency, also sent a letter. President Trump requesting federal disaster declaration. We just got word this morning that that has been approved President Trump threatening to ban the widely popular video app. Tic Tac assumes today fears that China owned APP could be a national security risk. You're listening to ABC News. Arizona's new station. Use Station on Air 92 3 FM online at dot com and streaming Live on the GR nu Zap your Breaking News and Traffic. No Our news. Time is.
'Science should not stand in the way' of schools reopening, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany says
"The White House continues to push for in person classes in the All the press secretary making this bold statement. The science should not stand in the way of this Kayleigh mcenany. The science is on our side here. For instance, you look at the JAMA pediatrics study of 46 pediatric hospitals in North America that said, the risk of critical illness from Cove it is far less for Children, not a seasonal flu. But Dr Anthony Fauci says it's not that simple. For parents. This is not an infection to take lightly. Even with young people. It comes as an internal FEMA memo obtained by ABC News shows. More young people are becoming infected in the U. S.
Changes in thinking about blood pressure
"Or high blood pressure is a common condition. It's the most common reason that adults visit their doctor's office. There is considerable debate about what constitutes normal blood pressure, and depending on whose data is cited roughly half the people with high blood pressure. Do not have adequate blood pressure control, but in part this is because in 2017, the American Heart Association lowered the threshold for. For what defines hypertension from one forty over ninety to one thirty over eighty before the new definition, thirty percent of Americans had high blood pressure after the new definition, the number jumped to forty six percent, the same population of people, just a new definition of what constitutes the disease. This is an additional thirty. One Million Americans labeled as diseased for a total of one hundred and three million Americans with high blood pressure. It used to be that the ideal blood pressure was simply the average of all adult blood pressure's, but then came autopsy studies of soldiers who died in the Korean War those revealed that about two-thirds of these young Americans already had early signs of heart disease. Then the Framingham study revealed that there was an association between elevated blood pressure and heart disease, and then came studies showing that if you lowered blood pressure, you also lowered the risk of heart disease, and that sort of where we are today. Hypertension is more common in older people compare to younger people, which brings me to an interesting article published in Jama. The so-called optimize study included only people older than eighty who were being treated for high blood pressure with at least two different medications. We know that older people who take more than one blood, pressure, medicine, or prone to dizziness and falls and other side effects, so do these people really need this cocktail of different high blood pressure pills, so these researchers asked when people stopped taking one blood pressure medicine did they have dangerous increases in blood pressure? Half of the group had one medication de prescribed in other words discontinued the other continued on with their usual medications. They were followed for about three months for those who had one medication stopped. It turned out that eighty six percent of the patients blood pressure remained under control now in contrast, eighty eight percent of people who had no changes made to their blood pressure also had their blood pressure under control, so there really was no difference between the two groups. The study lasted only three months, which is too short to see if the changes in the drugs had any impact on the length of life or the quality of life, but reducing unnecessary, second or third blood pressure medications may both decrease dangerous side effects, which can lead to decrease, falls and fractures and head injuries and reduce the cost of medications for the elderly.
Poor birth outcomes associated with climate change
"There's growing evidence that climate change is affecting birth outcomes particularly in communities of color. A new study in the Journal of the American Medical Association analyzed thirty two million births in the US, it found heat and air. Pollution were risk factors in eighty four percent. Rupa Bass who is the chief of air and climate epidemiology at the California. EPA, and was a CO author on the Study High Rupa welcome to climate cast. Hi, thank you for the invitation us. How temperatures and air quality impact our health, what are you learning about the impacts for women and people of Color. Well so far we have studied air pollution in terms of fine particulate matter and heat in California and what we're finding is that there are associations between preterm delivery, stillbirth and a term low-birth-weight. You know that those pregnancy outcomes are actually much worse for people of Color Let's talk about that a little bit. How are birth affected by heat and air pollution for air pollution? It's mostly inflammation and what happens is that there are systemic inflammation, and that just means that pollutants could affect the. As well as the Placenta and there's also some evidence for smaller particles going from the blood to the brain for heat. It's harder to regulate or control body temperature a for pregnant women. What happens is that women are able to sweat, and then that causes dehydration dehydration than releases. In the body which induces labor and that can happen prematurely. Bodies Getting all the signals at by the heat exposure Rupa here in Minnesota North Minneapolis is one of our communities at lies just downstream from downtown Minneapolis in the prevailing southerly winds. We have in summer, so that means air pollution like fine particles blow into these communities more frequently I'm curious as that common pattern that you see and other cities. Yes it's not just even the air pollution that's flowing into those areas, actually air, pollution, or ready in those areas. We know that large wildfires in the west have tripled since nineteen seventy, and were even seeing a measurable increase in that wildfire smoke coming into Minnesota. How is that important to health outcomes? The difference between these wildfires is that they're not jerry large wildfires, but also affected very densely populated counties in California and so we're able to look at health impacts at the main finding. Is that particular matter is Berry high during these times sometimes the peaks reach levels that we would see in China or elsewhere. Those levels actually are associated with higher respiratory health effects. We've also looked at cardiovascular disease. Mental Health and to look at birth outcomes in the future, looking ahead with the best solutions by publishing this review in Jama article were really hoping to get the message. That heat is linked with These adverse pregnancy outcomes to the medical community were also hoping that on a larger scale pregnant women are included in heat advisories right now in the US. It's been really more a focus on elderly, and maybe some underlying diseases
The dangerous use of off label prescribing in times of a pandemic
"FDA requires prescription drugs to go through rigorous testing for both safety and efficacy as a result only a small number of drugs that are developed are ever approved for use and then only for narrow indications so take for example. A drug called Gabba Penton. It was approved in the early nineteen nineties as an anti seizure medicine but it didn't work very well. So experts began to promote it for use to treat all sorts of other conditions including pain bipolar disorder attention deficit disorder restless leg syndrome and Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome. It has not been approved for any of these reasons but doctors prescribe the drug heavily and Gabba. Penton is not the only example even if there is no proof and the FDA has not approved drug for a specific condition doctors can still prescribe it because here in the United States doctors are allowed to prescribe drugs off label in other words for reasons completely different than what they were intended for or for what. They were tested to treat. It stands to reason that Dr should only prescribe pills to treat conditions for which there is good evidence of effectiveness but that is not the case in the United States. These off label prescriptions account for one out of every five prescriptions. That means that twenty percent of all drug prescriptions are for conditions for which the drug was not approved so when the president tells us that despite warnings from the FDA. He's taking the Anti Malaria. Drug Hydroxy cleric win as prevention for COVID nineteen. It raises all kinds of red flags. Currently there is no. Fda approved drug to treat or prevent covid moreover several studies. Most recently in Jama have shown that hydroxy chloroquine has been shown to be in effective intriguing covid in effective. So how wide why? The president's doctor prescribed this drug went. Experts advise against taking the drug will because it was being prescribed off label for a non approved condition and the same is true for thousands of doctors who prescribed this drug for themselves for their families or for patients on the advice of a real estate developer. Who HAPPENS TO BE THE PRESIDENT? I suspect the public thought that the president knew something that the rest of us didn't inside information. Well IT TURNS OUT. He didn't the rest of US. Were reading the medical research and new. The drug was a very little use to those with. Covert the use of off label. Drugs drives up the cost of healthcare and exposes patients to unnecessary risks. Uncertain outcomes. Hydroxy chloroquine can cause abnormal heart rhythms and dangerous rapid heart rates. So doctors who've written these prescriptions without any scientific basis. Now have a moral duty to reach out and inform patients about the risk of medical treatment with hydroxy chloroquine and the lack of any benefit. And we need to rethink the policy of allowing doctors to write prescriptions for drugs that lack any proof of benefit at a very minimum. We should require doctors to inform their patients that they are being prescribed drug that has not been proven effective for their
Symptoms of Coronavirus: Early Signs, Serious Symptoms
"What does it mean to be sick with current Oh virus we typically think I probably of shortness of breath symptom that will determine whether you should go to the doctor. You have a fever could lose your sense of smell. Maybe some stomach problems. Who What does this virus actually? Due to the body Meredith Wiedeman team of reporters from science looked at what we know of its effect system by system. It's not a complete picture yet but researchers are starting to pull it together. Okay Meredith how are you? I'm fine how are you Sarah? I'm good. This is a very comprehensive story from nose to Toews. I think they saw in one description of the work. Yes and so what happens? When a person comes in contact with the novel coronavirus. He essentially they inhale it and respiratory droplets. They might also pick it up on fingers that they then placed to their face from an inanimate surface the virus finds a welcoming home in the upper respiratory tract. A back of the throat the nose. Because there there are cells that are rich in what are known as ace two receptors and these are receptors that live on the surface of some cells and that the virus needs in order to get into those cells. We don't know the numbers but some people are just gonNA clear the infection and move on with their lives. Right they are. They're going to either be a symptomatic not even being aware they are infected and they can be very infectious in this stage or they might feel crummy they might have Malays. They might have aches fever. That really within a week or so start to recover ordered. They might go into a more serious phase of the disease. This is when the virus makes its way into the lower respiratory tract. That's right if your immune system can't beat back the virus while except in your nose and throat then the risk goes up of marching down your windpipe and into what we call the respiratory tree. The whole system of Airways that leads to the far reaches of the lung. And that's where the virus again finds a welcoming home because the tiny air sacs called Alveoli where oxygen exchange occurs with the blood also adds an abundance of these ace to receptors on their cell surfaces. And this is a problem because if the immune system goes on the attack these tiny spaces in the lungs you can get really serious problems. Sure it becomes what we know as pneumonia and ammonia simply as lung inflammation. This particular virus can cause a really rip roaring lung inflammation but these patients may have in quotes. Mild the MONJA. Although I don't think anyone has described how they feel as mildly affected or they may turn a severe sharp corner where they begin a rapid downhill. Slide into what we know is acute respiratory distress syndrome where. There's just a raging pneumonia and on their chest xrays or C. T. Scans you're GonNa see white where you should have seen black. Lack representing air in an white. Is this whole inflammatory? Response trying to beat back the virus but doing damage itself. Alveoli walls breakdown either can be clots in the little tiny blood vessels that supply the OBVIO- light nurse. Just a real STU real mess and when people deteriorate very seriously enough deny one thing that researchers are trying to understand is how serious is this immune response and would intervening at that point. Be Helpful for patients. If you have just a regular immune response and you start giving immune suppressing drugs your disarming your your Mahameed in a minority of gravely. Ill patients the immune system goes into this really damaging hyper immune state. Call that a cytokine storm when levels of certain chemical signals and the blood. Go absolutely off the charts and in the end what happens is the immune cells of the body began attacking healthy tissues and you can get widespread kwoh-ting you get the blood. Vessels leaking blood pressure plummeting. It's a catastrophe for the whole body. So in efforts to combat that out of Control Immune response they are deploying drugs that go after specific ones of these chemical signaling molecules known as cytokines and just to be clear here. Most of what we're going to be talking about is for severely affected patients people who are in the ICU people who are coming into the ER. So let's turn to the heart and blood vessels meredith. This is something surprisingly being seen in maybe twenty percent of patients. Yes it's clear that the heart and blood vessels are a target for Kovic and just how unwise still being sorted out. Let one paper in. Jama cardiology found heart damage in nearly twenty percent of more than four hundred patients who were hospitalized for the disease in. Wuhan another found forty four percent of patients in an ICU. There had abnormal heart rhythms. And then there's also an increased tendency to blood clotting that in a Dutch. Icu nearly forty percent of patients had blood. That was clotting abnormally. These are extremely problematic issues and people. That are already very sick from pneumonia. What has been seen happening to people's hearts there seems to be heart inflammation and it's possible because the heart lining and the blood vessel lining just like the cells in the lungs and the nose is rich in these ace two receptors again. They're the viruses port of entry into into cells. So the cells could be. It's possible that they're being in the heart. And the vessels directly inflamed. It's possible there at the lack of oxygen. Getting through because of the problems in the lung is doing additional damage to her vessels could be that a societal kind storm releasing all these inflammatory molecules again and sells remember they attack normal healthy tissue and that can include the linings of blood vessels so there are these multiplex of potential causes that may indeed vary between patients as to what's causing let. But it's clear that there's cardiac and vessel damage in a significant number of severely. Ill patients let's take a turn now to the brain. This is something that we've seen some scary reports on actually of inflammation in the brain and we've also seen law sense of smell in corona virus. Patients is that something that's related to the brain it might be that's not been established but there is a direct connection from so-called olfactory neurons. The ones that light you smell running from the nose up to. It's called the olfactory bulb which connects to the brain as one of our sources. Put It as a nice sounding feary who I have to go and prove that it actually extends to the brain but there are more general brain effects. That don't trace back to loss of sense of smell for one thing. The bloods increased tendency to clot can put patients at risk of having strokes. There's also a problem in that. A lot of these folks developed kidney failure that in itself can cause delirium and problems for the brain in addition there can also be a quote unquote sympathetic storm. It's sort of an overreaction of the nervous system that somewhat analogous to the site of kinds storm and that's common after traumatic brain injury some people with Cova nineteen can lose consciousness. So there's just a whole panoply of potential brain symptoms another symptom that I'd heard of before reading this story and I haven't heard most of this. Was that people can have symptoms in their gut. They can have diarrhea. They can have upset stomach. Does this mean that you know the virus pieces of the virus are surviving digestion? Yes apparently it does. And one of the suggestions is that patients are swallowing their own respiratory secretions and that the virus is carried live and somehow survives the acid environment in the stomach to land in the small intestine which is again replete. With these ace two receptors. An so virus can establish. Wow a robust infection. There that's it's thought what's leading to diarrhea nausea and other problems in perhaps on average about twenty percent of patients across studies. I WANNA take a step back here and just talk about how all these different systems being affected kind of expand the pool of people who have pre existing conditions that would make corona virus infection. Really dangerous for them. Can you talk a little bit about that? Sure so since we were just talking about kidney disease in the kidneys. That's one of the organ systems. Where if you have a pre existing kidney disease that gives you basically a handicap when you start this race with this new virus than we think of something like diabetes harms the kidneys. So if you start with a lower baseline of kidney function these chronic kidney patients with pre existing kidney disease are at seriously greater risk of developing acute kidney injury during the infection in the same way diseases that affect the blood vessels will also put patients at higher risk. High blood pressure diabetes again congestive heart failure all these kinds of pre-existing disease just make patients that much more vulnerable. Should they become infected? So how is research like this? It's so preliminary. Were really just beginning to understand the progression of this infection. How will this help with interventions or treatments? I think it will certainly offer clues and sign posts. There will be new discoveries that hopefully will lead to highly effective drugs but we have already a good deal of information that points the way to either existing drugs or targets for drugs now being developed knowing for instance the outline of a site a kind storm which is something that can be triggered by other viral infections or bacterial infections. We have a starting place with that. We have these drugs already being deployed and other inflammatory states like rheumatoid arthritis that you can then say well. If they're beating back a certain site assign one of these out of Control Chemical Messengers in arthritis may be they will also be back some piece of the cytokine storm. That's going on in these severely ill patients and so you have such drugs being deployed in clinical trials. What we know about the ace two receptor and it's detailed protein. Structure has been defined by a couple of new important papers hopefully will give us new unique targets to actually prevent binding there. Which would be terrific. Yeah so what? Was it like trying to report on this? Big Mix of peer reviewed preprinted small clinical studies firsthand reports. Those kinds of things was very challenging. Every scientist and physician we interviewed really added the caveat. This is science on the fly. Our knowledge today may be completely eclipsed a month from now or what we're thinking about how this diseases is acting may be proven wrong within three weeks. This is obviously an ongoing endeavor to understand how the disease progresses what conditions set you up for getting extra sick and then you know the mechanisms that are happening at the cellular level. Where is the best information going to come from? Do you think. Is this something where people need to set up. These robust studies that you described. Are they doing that now? Yes in fact. They are doing it but hampered by the fact that they're trying to at the same time in many cases take care of desperately ill. Patients cleverly does the analogy goes trying to build the plane. While you're flying at this information is going to be constrained or imperfect because of the situation. It doesn't mean it's not going to be important.
Are Ventilators Actually Helping?
"We've focused on ventilators on this podcast. Because they seem to be the prime medical intervention we have at the moment but more troubling data has come out about how effective ventilators are to affect covert outcomes at all a new blood. Clotting complication is worrying another look at New Zealand where they're so successful against the disease. Their goal is now to eradicate it and a snapshot at the realities of Testing through the lens of one small Texas town. The numbers are all over the place this morning. Iran reported the lowest number of daily new infections and month and new infections in Russia fell for the second day in a row though. There are some who questioned the veracity of official numbers from those states. Meanwhile the number of cases and deaths in Germany and Spain jumped overnight cases in Germany increased by two thousand three hundred fifty two to total of one hundred. Forty eight thousand forty six and deaths increased by two hundred fifteen to five thousand ninety. Four Spain saw an increase of diagnosed cases from two hundred eight thousand three hundred eighty nine to two hundred thirteen thousand twenty four. While the number of deaths there was up by four hundred forty from the day earlier all that said across the board in more places we continue to see numbers plateauing up by a little somedays down by a little some days but there's no consistency in either direction. I E no run of down days in a row suggesting the curve has been broken and no run of up days in a row suggesting new sustained outbreaks new data. From New York's largest hospital system shows that eighty eight percents of Corona Virus. Patients who were placed on ventilators did not survive. Meanwhile doctors are seeing a mysterious complication involving blood clots showing up in many fatal. Cova nineteen cases quoting the Washington Post. A paper published in the Journal. Jama about New York. State's largest health system suggests a reality that like so much else about the novel. Corona virus confounds our early expectations. Researchers found that twenty percent of all those hospitalized died a finding that similar to the percentage who perish in normal times among those who are admitted for respiratory distress. But the numbers diverge more for the critically ill put on ventilators eighty eight percents of the three hundred twenty. Cova nineteen patients on ventilators. Who were trapped in the study died that compares with the roughly eighty percent of patients who died on ventilators before the pandemic according to previous studies and with the roughly fifty percent death rate some critical care doctors had optimistically hoped when the first cases were diagnosed and quotes in other words based on that data being put on a ventilator essentially saves no lives beyond what would have been expected suggesting that ventilators are ineffective in reversing cove in nineteen outcomes quoting again. The paper also found that of those who died. Fifty seven percent had hypertension forty one percent were obese and thirty four percent had diabetes which is consistent with risk factors listed by the Centers for Disease Control and prevention noticeably. Absent from the top of the list was asthma. As doctors and researchers have learned more about Kobe nineteen the less it seems that asthma plays a dominant role in outcomes. One other surprising findings from the study. Was that seventy percent of the patients. Sick enough to be admitted to the hospital did not have a fever. Fever is currently listed as the top symptom of Kovic nineteen by the CDC and for weeks many testing centers for the virus turned away patients if they did not have one. Davidson said that as a result of those findings north well is encouraging people with underlying health conditions such as hypertension and diabetes who are potentially exposed to the virus and who might not have a fever to consult with a doctor sooner rather than later and quotes.
Hand Washing: Our Behavior Changes When We Are Being Watched
"Acquired infections cost Americans tens of billions of dollars each year and they kill thousands. A major cause of infections is poor handwashing something that is even more important during a pandemic typically only about forty percent of providers used proper hand hygiene. We've known since eighteen forty seven that hand washing has huge benefits. It was in that year that ignited a Hungarian. Physician discovered that had deadly infection of childbirth could be hugely reduced if obstetricians simply washed their hands with chlorinated solution. This was felt that that time Debbie craziness. Nobody at that. Point knew anything about bacteria viruses similar. Weiss's ideas were flatly rejected by medical providers as simply too radical. His fellow physicians had similar wise committed to a mental asylum and he shortly died thereafter. But right now we need to improve hand hygiene so twice a week. I took a few minutes to watch the hallways sink and cleaning area in the medical clinic. The first time I- covertly pretended to be writing my medical notes on my computer. I watched as nurses and doctors came out of exam rooms and wash their hands only about sixty percent washed with either soap and water or alcohol cleaning solution for the second part of my unofficial study. I simply stood close to the sink and nonchalantly watched this time. Every single person cleaned their hands to be clear this was a nonscientific observational exercise. However the approach I used was developed in the Hawthorne Works Factory just outside of Chicago in nineteen twenty four researchers at the time we're studying ways to increase productivity a factory workers. They had an idea that if you increased factory lighting productivity would increase so in one area the incrementally increase the lighting with each increase in lighting productivity did improve compared to a control group where the lighting was held constant. That is until the study ended They concluded lighting did increase productivity. But then they went back and they lowered the lighting in fact below the baseline and guess what productivity still increased. What the heck social scientists. Now call this. The Hawthorne Effect One of its main conclusions is that people behave differently when they're being watched or when they think they're being watched. This behavior increased. Productivity wasn't driven by the lighting. At all as people were being watched they worked faster. And this has been repeated widely in different fields when we are observed and monitored we behave differently for example a study published in. Jama showed that when hospital workers felt they were being watched. Fewer patients died from errors and inattention so my interpretation of little unofficial experiment was that as I stood by the clean area people guest. I might be watching them and they paused to wash their hands. When no one was there to watch people were busy and they cut corners and did not wash their hands super perhaps what. We need our hallway monitors to make sure we are all on our best
Rams lose another star, Raiders sign LB Cory Littleton
"We talked a little bit about Kokoska yesterday but today any big moves adding cory littleton. You're the first guy to report that transaction. You Know Littleton. You've been on the rams beat let us know what. Raider nation is getting well first and foremost a just a quality Kid Guy came up as an undrafted. Free Agent Had You know make his way through special teams kind of earned his role a second year and then by third year he was he was a starter and playing really well but a guy that can stop the run. A sideline the sideline playmaker tackler. He can defend the pass rush. The passer is great on Special Teams. Says a knack is miles. Well knows of blocking punts coming up. Timely interceptions uses a heady solid productive player. That's GONNA fit perfectly alongside Nick Wykowski In that what's going to be a revamp raiders? Defense so that was their number. One target at linebacker are they had awaited out a little bit at the the the number that that corey was looking for Was a little too steep. Originally on Monday I came down on Tuesday. And the raiders swooped in. That sounds like we're getting somebody like you said a quality player here For this raiders much-needed Linebacker Core. That needed to bolster up a little. Bit here Miles woody you know about Littleton. Who was like a undrafted free agent in two thousand sixteen play the last four years with the rams twenty eighteen pro Bowler What kind of asset is he for Linebacker core right now? I think he is the kind of guy this can be. Really good sideline to sideline linebacker in you. Think about what teams need to be in the year twenty twenty where more on more offenses or using three wide receiver sets as their base. You need to have yet. Linebacker that outside linebacker. That's really going to be your second linebacker on the field. Scott to be able to cover tight ends. It's got to be able to play the run pretty well and sometimes he might have to get out in the coverage in maybe Jama Guy in the slot. I think those are all things that cory littleton can do in Cory Littleton. Ken Excel at. And that's something that when you think about linebackers and the way that they have to function in different offenses and things like that look. That's what you need and so I think when you look at what Cory Littleton is done. He was a signal caller for the rams defense. They changed that this last year putting Eric well in that wall but also just going as a sideline to sideline sort of linebacker. He somebody that I think is really going to elevate the raiders at the second level. And that's exactly what the raiders needed going into this free agency period
"jama" Discussed on Bad To The Dad
"Where they're they're mostly self sufficient? They probably need a nudge there freshman high school. You've got a sixth grader in middle school. Yeah it actually very good in her own. We don't have to do anything. Shutout to period for being kit braces off braces operations so slavery. Her teeth what did you teach felt slavery slippery and slammed all at once slavery. You'll have to ask our next time. You have her on a that of. That'll stay in the back in the cutting room floor basement tapes. Yes as it were so so the dog the dog yeah. Yeah and then there's that whole Coordination once they're at school or at school. I'm at work. There's that whole coordination afterwards of WHO's picking up. And what activities did they have to be at so they say it takes a village or it takes a village idiot. Yeah and all the co-parenting that goes on with all of your friend. Of course my folks. Sir Town nearby Rancho Machine. But you're always walking hour on the hour at work okay. It's almost it's three o'clock so your kids read pretty much. Think they were still texting and calling me while I was away. I I the phone calls at work from the girls. Ask Brandy their foam three of them. I am phone call or text. That's message where are the sneakers. Where is this? I'm not even home to look for it and guess what I thought that every time eh intersil sense goes I. Yeah so here you are. You're by yourself. Data's been done with. Yeah you're at work now. It's after school asks. What at a certain age certain age that kids get to high school middle school really? The biggest stress point Wayne is now the homework and I will tell you something coaches. I can't do the homework. No no no. You're not smarter than a sixth grader. That smart little insider attack it. Camila advised ill-advised thing I did with Aidan. Yes it was my six Six grade yes. That's why I said you're not smarter than the sixth grader. So we dropped Perry off at some youth group ripping okay and while route eight and said I know I have homework to do. But why don't we go out for dinner I said. Why don't we do the homework at dinner and Multi House there you go get workings? At one time. We go the loudest most distracted. Julius honor no the the Buffalo Wild Waves Zor game on is there a game same series. It's the opening night of the NBA. Bears are some cricket match on Pakistan. All kinds of odd bowling calling who decided to wild wing did and I sent me. That's ADHD kick said. prising Lee he was super focused. Not We're doing this math homework. There's charts and fractions and multiplication within those fractions. They're not my best game out. You're not my best game. So he's doing the homework and he'll look at it and he goes dad. You know what do you think ago I said. Why don't you do the problem? I and I will reply whether it looks good enough and he does the problem. Yeah and I said you know what looks pretty good idea no idea. It's right evolving. God help me actually Michelle Mom. I need some help. That has has no clue we all under the table. What are you doing texting work K.? By squared No you didn't tell them about the night before where okay so adam called me that morning and says yeah eight. It had a tough time sleeping. He couldn't couldn't really sleep. He was up from his bed a lot. He ended up sleeping in our bed. Why why the night before? Adam takes them to starbucks at nine o'clock at night great call. Aw I didn't realize how much was in this dossier strawberry drink. I thought it was just like a lemonade. Walk me why did you take them to starbucks. 'cause they asked and told him it was a bad idea. You still you're a batch of the dead but now now now we never happened. But you're away. I heard this term stable percent woke. Yeah no I I I have to be honest. My wife right jess she big birthday coming up. Yes right. We're not get mentioned a number but it's is a big one much younger than me but still big one. Well leaving leaving this Wednesday night and can be back on Saturday today. I think I can handle it. Don't go to starbucks for Buffalo Wild and now no no buffalo wild wings director noticed next the dog and the pleasure. Dano where you have five o'clock in the morning we're on to give her to me and come back the dog geriatric I gotTa tell you. I wouldn't be surprised. If on the nights in the bedtime they might end up sleeping in the same bed that I don't think the dogs the dogs have you sleeping in the den. Yes girls everybody. We'll just have everybody together. It will be one big happy party. Take pictures that is what you've always said. This goes back to our original shows. Adam what is the most important job in this country. Mom is number one number one and you know a number two is right yesterday. A few times leaving verizon guy who cleans Danube Arizona. I think there's probably a few guys. He's not just one. I don't know if he's up there. I think there's a few people and then there's anyone who works in a coal mine and I told no date night. We just watched a video of about a guy who broke his back in a coal mine in the sun had to quit school in order to go into the coal mine and make money for the family. I said see. It's not easy and that's my mom. That's why you go to the School of Education and then you have the military you had first responders putting policemen awesome and firemen and your ems. You have your nurses. I'm an visit nurses home health aides any any other position where there is. There's heavy list and had a top fifty but but mom beyond but mom's so listen you've been part of the show frank. You had a tremendous about. He'd been so so talkative in terms of what you've shared hard to get into the you agree to this pretty much our lives together when the four guys sir altogether. So what are you saying now. I love your relationships. Ochoa hurt like Hashtag relationship goals really. You're happened here. Look at but I've had my sister out of it so we've got a happy think on here I can't I can't lift my life. That's a little weird. I'm the other way you're talking about. It's showtime after dark pumped. How `bout from let's see how far he'll go with this? I always make always make music noises every every weekday. That's part of my stuff right so he usually has to be call dad vice right dead by so we have dad's offering advice for other dads right. We want you to offer mad by S- Mhm Mom says Momma adds yes vice mom vice right. About what kind of advice can you give. Dad's yeah what kind of actually we give dad's based on your experiences moms that dads need to know to be helpful for my guess. Yes in already off. The table is. Don't take them starbucks. Yes so do homework and Buffalo Wild Wings. Don't feed them after midnight and don't get the guy that's always the move that's always with the eighties movies. So what advice. So we're giving it to dad. Two dads listen. We don't listen. We know that of Georgy of our listeners are jets. It's a listen to the mom we'd hold on let's via right so today is to listen to the mom. So what you're saying is to listen. That's what that's like. It's an easy he just out. Doesn't it Tounsi where you would think it would work. Because I've been listening to that advice. I've been trying to adhere to it realistically. Not that easy. I listen. I listened to the MOM. Yes and yet here I am doing a podcast about no troubling the experience of being a dad love it you know and my advice would be kind of the same as Jessica but listen to the mom but I think also Listen to you guys be could become equals lake lake up. There was a time where I was traveling a ton and I would be okay leaving because we do the exact same things. It's all equal balanced in our family. If I'm gone on aiding Adam could do it if Adams I could do it so you know. Listen to listen to each other so that you could balance each other out and I and I think just to piggyback on that is also have united front. Yeah when it comes to your kids back. You can't. Have you know if mom says no out of Shabat If I know about starbucks so I think because kids can learn pretty easy pretty early on that they can play one against against the other and I think as long as you co parent and you have each other's backs. I think that the your children will respect you. Both and then Then you can very very easily entertained. Who's there because the expectations are the same? Regardless of WHO's I get I get the United Front I didn't realize we were equal. That's just realized thank you. Are I want a mess about you. Sweetheart compressors are we equal. We're GONNA find out when she goes away. My that would be on equal because I know if I'm away this. This guy took his kids to starbucks caffeine equal my insight I was equally good. Plus what else they recommend you. You don't want the original deadpool which I think we have a very very equal division of Labor. You know I do I do I think that is fair to say okay. They're equal division of Labor by plugs. Then take out the trash and I I fixed up. Yeah all right and I do all the other things exactly that is equal. We have rehab gas bugs around here. If you live in West we have these. Little bugs relate little centipede like like this big and ebbs they scream. I commit the bugs. Do your kids kids okay. The kids and the wife I can let what I big J Norma's Ah come at night. Yes yes and I may or may not have woken him up to kill them several times. Wake me up no but I I mean truly randy but when it comes to being a father he's just so good at it that it doesn't come naturally to him. I don't need to tell them what to do. We are equal well. He is so good with it. Wished his kids come out well but it's true. I mean but that Super League will know where our limitations lie truly. Randy is really really good at helping. All of the kids like in a crisis or when something is not going as planned I. I'm I'm good with the logistics. The logistical I'm getting that from one place to another are all the remembering that has to happen days. They need lunch. What do they need to break the schools and truly and so two saying we're equal? I think I think we both charon equal Lola but I think that the load is different for. I love loads I love I love you. Expect eighteen you because you talked about loans my goes there. We'll talk about. They're going to elevate this leads and so there's this bigger loads of books looks you know there's this book. Lean in by Sheryl Sandberg about how her and her late husband. They were very much on equal footing as far as the responsibilities..
"jama" Discussed on Bad To The Dad
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For Great Fun I might not necessarily necessarily. He insists give hollows for to give towards charity for Greg Fithe four Haymakers for hope. Which of course is the fight? That's going to be happening at the Hammerstein Ballroom November fourteenth. That's of course New York City. It's great five whose daughter Jolie endured a bout with Kimia and won and won and what naughtily. Nice job. Nice job. You're an inspiration greg. You're in this variation fourteenth which is coming up in just a couple of weeks. He is going to be stepping into the ring with currently some fifty fifty year old chiseled dude. WHO's got some nutrition company? I'm in the best of luck. I I'm curious. I'm curious how it comes out. I believe in him in my money still against him if he takes one punch and he raises money and awareness for pediatric leukemia. He has done his job. So we thank you greg for all of the the work that you're doing doing. Hey speaking of guests greg was a guest. We were supposed to have our good friend. Keith gromit yes on. The broadcast workout. Didn't work that we had a scheduling issue. And that is it's okay. We still love Keith. We're looking forward to having him back on the program and a future date so coach Randy Adam de we are dedicated to inviting a show every week responsibility. It is our dedication commitment to the people our listeners to have a podcast all about the people's it's all about the listener so this week of course are episode is called is Dead Mammal jammed. Why mammoth jam? Because we're having our wives I'm you know what it was bound has been. They've been driving US crazy. We found today's being the best day to have our spouses on. So we've got the lovely Jessica Jessica Nathan. Yep The lovely Michelle Shetler the Horon as our guest telling a few stories and believe me. There are multiple podcasts. That could be aired yet. Yeah about our wives telling stories about us but we gotta start somewhere. And we're going to do that today today with Dad Mammoth Jenna. Dad Manage coach. It's First of all I I know baseball season just ended heartbroken. Because Amb baseball season ends. You May as well hibernate or me. Nothing else seven games. Though we got seven games I was great world series congratulations to the Washington nationals. Now our families have been nationals park together to great bar. Great Place to see the great ballgame as a great ballpark mark. I gotTa tell you I was kind of excited for the nationals. I mean I really was. I really felt for me when I when as a baseball fan the way I'd do. It is an Ivy Yankees Fan as I focusing on the AOL east except the Red Sox. I cannot remember Red Sox the Yankees. Then there's the American League which would be the astros because my feeling is if you lose the Astros and the Astros win the Yankees would have a chance to win the world series right but I got to tell you what. What a series? Well you know coach. I live in a house. Full of mets fans houseful met fans and I was surprised they wanted to the nationals. Twitter number one because we go to some nationals game with for July more in DC go see the nationals but they wanted to see the nationals win because Bryce Harper was no on the to- figure a met fan to see A team within divisions still win without their star. Yeah yeah they're like ha ha kids are spiteful the little bits by they take up personally and you know what there wasn't anybody on the nationals. who wasn't lovable? Well what I love especially as a coach I coach softball is being. We'll talk to players and say you got to make the playoffs. It's all about making the playoffs. Once you get to the playoffs spot holly peaked at the right time who they beat on my God. They'd be they when they beat. The brewers ROHR's dollar dodgers. They go into the the Astros or seven owned him on the road on the road they one was on the road and heard what an unusual world series and yet par and I think a few more baby shark but an amazing like all of these really tough batters get up to the plate and their walk up. Music is Latin music because there's a lot of guys from Latin America or it's heavy metal or it's country. It's hard rock rap band here. Baby Baby Shark power baby show do know it was. It was a lot of fun in what I love about the life lesson. You can draw from that just in terms of come together as as a team and there's something about baseball when you watch these guys win and they act like kids the act like kids and it's so amazing. Just I love the fact that youthfulness the exuberance really reminds you like to be a coach. Let's talk about sports that nobody watches. which was that all right so you know? Football Bowl is on on Sundays. On all the major negative football this season I get it. You're broncos or having a rough year my jets under a child under remember the Eric Ball Tacoma instead of high hopes for the jets. The Not so much not so. This is the beauty of being a jet fan when your expectations are low. Yeah never so. Here's here's the thing. I tend to do a lot of catch up work on Sunday. Okay and I'll have the football on in the background so generally that's on CBS. Okay and it's on Fox and it's on NBC at night off and Collingsworth absorb you gotta go with. I met him at an airport. I thought he was a lovely got. Lovely Guy cannot stand we talking regardless so we know that on Sunday afternoons football is on on the major network. Yes have you ever flipped to. ESPN the N. ESPN to any of the ESPN's on a Sunday afternoon when football is going on on the beach networks. I cannot say that I have coach Mhm you gotTa do it really. There was a time when it was only the Professional Bowling Association. Yeah all right okay and you for some reason all right. The the football goes to a commercial you flipped. ESPN you're watching bowling. You have no idea why you're watching bowling now. ESPN has expanded their horizons. CSPAN THE OCHO right any of the ESPN three four seven ten is a lot of ESPN so there was a time where they would show poker poker. Never thought is a sport but apparently. ESPN does so. I was working on a certification that I'm going for that's right. You're almost Sunday absolutely it's done. It's done lava cup. Yeah thank you but I'm not talking about this to blow smoke on my own skirt. I WANNA blow smoke up keep blowing the smoke. I am amazed at what. ESPN is willing to show while football is going on in the major networks flip. ESPN the other day right. Yeah cornhole championships cornhole champion. You and I have played cornhole on the beach in the Outer Banks. Yes let's be very clear cornhole. The game were involves with beanbags throwing into it's an on an elevated board it's angle risks and you got to get into the whole. Apparently there's a competition. I thought that the only object of the game of Cornhole was to get the bean bag in the hole just point he can hold a beer in your left hand and still play the game outside. Apparently there's a whole cornhole league Weirdo that there are all of these people that live somewhere that have developed a mastery of Cornhole and have technique in baseball. There's knuckle ballers dollars. Apparently there's like over hander flippers. And incor- home and there's all these rules the role is just to get back in the hall in the hole in the. Hello you still get points for getting the beanbag on the board really get points on the board and there are around where nobody gets points. Because in that round you have a neutral Amana appoints. Nobody gains points and apparently you can lose poise. There's like knockouts I. It was a whole education for me. What an opportunity attorney for you? Another day another Sunday it was the Darts Championship. We're talking about games that we play in bars art come on stop putting this on. ESPN lightly Jabbar by has has dark contact us. You five foot five guys away. Two hundred and eighty pounds playing darts. I did not know that. And apparently there's all there's all kinds of different different dark games. I did not know that. Not just about trying to hit the bullseye but you have to hit different Different parts of the boards. Like you gotta gotTa hit the ten. You gotta hit the eight and the game's not over until you get the ten or the eighth. This is what happens when you have free time. And you're watching football and I'm just trying to pack all this. There's the sports. I never considered being sports but apparently are now on. ESPN and but these are games. That guys like you and I play. We don't have the have you saying that. Maybe you and I need to begin to think about. Maybe creating a cornhole team accord whole team would we we got it. Yeah I think we gotta work. CONOR game would be our teammate. Well I mean there's so much double entendre. We just the fact that the game has called Cornhole. And can you tell yourself as a absolutely think about think about the past. That's what I'm saying. The cornhole ideas really just remark. I know sixteen seventeen seventeen guys in our neighborhood that would love to be on this team. We may have to have a try. We'd have to droughts and purely figured out and take it really serious and begin to we we got the train. Well before we do that. We have to put a lawn door. We are bad to the dead It just as.
"jama" Discussed on Bad To The Dad
"She's amazing she's a pro she is a pro I know someone that tap into dot net network they have several editions throughout North Jersey local news done right and many of the articles many of the columns like the one we do for bad are done by members of the community so thank you Jessica thank you Danielle for turning this on to tap into dot net and of course we are posted in West Orange and Livingston in Bloomfield and Westfield oh the surrounding towns but from North to south throughout New Jersey there is local news that is featured for you the list and we have an article coming out about US I can't wait to see from Don I can't wait to see that to cut it out I'm going to frame it we're going to post it on social media which by the way if you WanNa follow us please do instagram at Yep facebook will we get ready to it is Ford Slash facebook and of course our website that to the dead dot Com on where you can see pictures of all the behind the scenes activity with our guests or with our guest just you coach Randy and Adam de doing what we do best every week and that of well of course we have the keychain always gotta talk about the key chain not just any keychain the Swiss army knife of keychains it opens doors if your keys on it it opens bottles absolutely as a matter of fact great story My daughter's gym teacher Mr Vital Mr By not Dick vitel believable table baby daddy there could be a relation dote now it's up so her pe teacher netter school started listening so thank you Mr Vital for listening to Hugh Mr T. comes into school tells Michaela Love Your Dad podcast bad the dad so what I do I give a keychain to you my daughter to give to him and what does he do he comes back he gives her three dollars for our charity for great fun I might not necessarily necessarily he insists give hollows for to give towards charity for Greg Fithe four Haymakers for hope which of course is the fight that's going to be happening at the Hammerstein Ballroom November fourteenth that's of course New York City it's great five whose daughter Jolie endured a bout with Kimia and won and won and what naughtily Nice Job Nice job you're an inspiration greg you're in this variation fourteenth which is coming up in just a couple of weeks he is going to be stepping into the ring with parents some fifty fifty year old chiseled dude who's got some nutrition company I'm in the best of luck I I'm curious I'm curious how it comes out I believe in him in my money still against him if he takes one punch and he raises money and awareness for pediatric leukemia he has done his job so we thank you greg for all of the the work that you're doing doing hey speaking of guests greg was a guest we were supposed to have our good friend Keith gromit yes on the broadcast workout didn't work that we had a scheduling issue and that is it's okay we still love Keith we're looking forward to having him back on the program and a future date so coach Randy Adam de we are dedicated to inviting a show every week responsibility it is our dedication commitment to the people our listeners to have a podcast all about the people's it's all about the listener so this week of course are episode is called is Dead Mammal jammed why mammoth jam because we're having our wives I'm you know what it was bound has been they've been driving US crazy we found today's being the best day to have our spouses on so we've got the lovely Jessica Jessica Nathan Yep the lovely Michelle Shetler the Horon as our guest telling a few stories and believe me there are multiple podcasts that could be aired yet yeah about our wives telling stories about us but we gotta start somewhere and we're going to do that today today with Dad Mammoth Jenna Dad manage coach it's first of all I I know baseball season just ended heartbroken because Amb baseball season ends you may as well hibernate or me nothing else seven games though we got seven games I was great world series congratulations to the Washington nationals now our families have been nationals park together to great bar great place to see the great ballgame as a great ballpark mark I gotTa tell you I was kind of excited for the nationals I mean I really was I really felt for me when I when as a baseball fan the way I'd do it is an Ivy Yankees Fan as I focusing on the AOL east except the Red Sox. I cannot remember Red Sox the Yankees then there's the American League which would be the astros because my feeling is if you lose the Astros and the Astros win the Yankees would have a chance to win the world series right but I got to tell you what what a series well you know coach I live in a house full of mets fans houseful met fans and I was surprised they wanted to the nationals twitter number one because we go to some nationals game with for July more in DC go see the nationals but they wanted to see the nationals win because Bryce Harper was no on the to- figure a met fan to see A team within divisions still win without their star area yeah they're like ha ha kids are spiteful the little bits by they take up personally and you know what there wasn't anybody on the nationals who wasn't lovable well what I love especially as a coach I coach softball is being we'll talk to players and say you got to make the playoffs it's all about making the playoffs once you get to the playoffs spot holly peaked at the right time who they beat on my God they'd be they when they beat the brewers Rohr's dollar dodgers they go into the the Astros or seven owned him on the road on the road they one was on the road and heard what an unusual world series and yet par and I think a few more baby shark but an amazing like all of these really tough batters get up to the plate and their walk up music is Latin music because there's a lot of guys from Latin America or it's heavy metal or it's country it's hard rock rap band here baby baby shark power baby show do know it was it was a lot of fun in what I love about the life lesson you can draw from that just in terms of come together as as a team and there's something about baseball when you watch these guys win and they act like kids the act like kids and it's so amazing just I love the fact that youthfulness the exuberance really reminds you like to be a coach let's talk about sports that nobody watches which was that all right so you know football bowl is on on Sundays on all the major negative football this season I get it you're broncos or having a rough year my jets under a child under remember Arik Ball Tacoma instead of high hopes for the jets the not so much not so this is the beauty of being a jet fan when your expectations are low yeah never so here's here's the thing I tend to do a lot of catch up work on Sunday okay and I'll have the football on in the background so generally that's on CBS okay and it's on Fox and it's on NBC at night off and Collingsworth absorb you gotta go with I met him at an airport I thought he was a lovely got lovely guy cannot stand we talking regardless so we know that on Sunday afternoons football is on on the major network yes have you ever flipped to espn the N. ESPN to any of the ESPN's on a Sunday afternoon when football is going on on the beach networks I cannot say that I have coach Mhm you gotTa do it really there was a time when it was only the professional bowling association yeah all right okay and you for some reason all right the the football goes to a commercial you flipped. ESPN you're watching bowling you have no idea why you're watching bowling now ESPN has expanded their horizons cspan the Ocho right any of the ESPN three four seven ten is a lot of ESPN so there was a time where they would show poker poker was never thought is a sport but apparently ESPN does so I was working on a certification that I'm going for that's right you're almost Sunday absolutely it's done it's done yeah thank you but I'm not talking about this to blow smoke on my own skirt I wanna blow smoke up keep blowing the smoke I am amazed at what ESPN is willing to show while football is going on in the major networks flip espn the other day right yeah cornhole championships cornhole champion you and I have played cornhole on the beach in the Outer Banks Yes let's be very clear cornhole the game were involves of beanbags throwing into it's an on an elevated board it's angle risks and you got to get into the whole apparently there's a competition I thought that the only object of the game of Cornhole was to get the bean bag in the hole just point he can hold a beer in your left hand and still play the game outside apparently there's a whole cornhole League Weirdo that there are all of these people that live somewhere that have developed a mastery of Cornhole and have technique in baseball there's knuckle ballers dollars apparently there's like over hander flippers and Incor- home and there's all these rules the role is just to get back in the hall in the hole in the hello you still get points for getting the beanbag on the board really get points on the board and there are around where nobody gets points because in that round you have a neutral Amana appoints nobody gains points and apparently you can lose poise there's like knockouts I it was a.
"jama" Discussed on People's Pharmacy
"Let's see we're talking about anti colon drugs. A recent study in Jama internal medicine has strengthened the link between these he's medicines and an increased risk of dementia now Joe Anti Cholinergic. It's a pharmacologists college est wonderful term. They love it. You're a pharmacologist. I love to explain it because to the rest of us. It sounds like one wah around one okay. Let's start with and you know this is kind of interesting. I tried to find out what is the official Pernando pronunciation for for what I have always called acids. He'll coli well. People pronounce it all kinds of ways for example asa tile Coleen lean and a settle coleen but basically for our purposes today. I'm going to call it asset. He'll calling it is a neurotransmitter transmitter. It is essential for virtually every muscle in your body. If you WANNA lift a pencil you you have to have acetylcholine working and working effectively okay too much too little you get into all kinds of problems but until choline is also essential in the brain. That's what I was wondering because muscles are great but they don't have much to do with your brain. You got no muscles in your well. We think that as a tool choline is very involved in the whole process of dementia in particular Alzheimer's disease so the drugs that are available and are not very effective actually help build up acetylcholine levels so bottom line acetylcholine critical well then what's an anti a cholinergic drug well. It's just what it sounds like. It has anti Acetylcholine like activities binds to those receptors blocks this nearby I met her in someplace recycling and there is now this brand new research and the title is anti cholinergic drug exposure does your and the risk of dementia a nested Case Control Study Jama internal medicine came out end of June and it reinforces. This is what we have suspected for at actually a very long time that anti colon drugs might affect the brain and memory and you know we should have known this because if you go back a hundred years ago German obstetricians were trying right to help women going through labor and delivery forget the experience they came up with something called and I'm going to mess mess this pronunciation up so you get to help me here Dahmer Schoff. I think it's that's pretty close enough. Maybe it was called. Twilight light sleep in English and basically the the German researchers said it clouded consciousness with complete forgetfulness holness..
"jama" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"We are back live after a Christmas and New Year's break scared to be back talking to you hanging out with you. Do appreciate it. I realized because I had my flooring going in this this year for Christmas. Poor flooring guy. He's there every day. Doing all this wonderful prep-work inside. So usually I have all my Christmas stuff done. If I have to do any shopping or anything, I'll always have done by a certain time. And I don't even have to worry about it. This time though because as preoccupied with these other things I didn't get out and getting it get any my last minute Christmas gifts shopping done. I mean, I didn't get it done until the last minute. Like the last the last minute. Because some of the mall the mall. They'll stay open like an extra couple of hours during that time. What I noticed is. I'm not trying to offend anyone. These notice number one people just are not ashamed to go out in there. But JAMA's to go shopping. I saw three people of which I took pictures of without them. Knowing just from the waist down wearing their pajamas in a mall. It's like, okay. First of all listen feel free to put some pants on. I mean is your world crashing to an end that you have to wear pajamas to go to the mall. I mean, please spare us all. To do some laundry. Please come on. Terminal stage, four cancer patient, and I put pants on to go out to the grocery store. Here's a double thing that I found out. There's a difference between thinking about it and doing it. Right. Gee, I wish I could remember JAMA's on and slippers, by the way. Now, it's not just now you got the slippers. Well, the slippers.
"jama" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Trick or treating I knew traffic study says there is a forty three percent higher risk of pedestrians being killed on Halloween night. Then on other nights in and around October thirty first the research was based on four decades of traffic data that looked at six hundred eight. Pedestrian deaths over forty two halloween's kids ages four to eight are at the highest risk with fifty five deaths on Halloween night compared to just eleven on control days that surrounded that date results were published online in JAMA pediatrics. I'm John Stolnis. W news time eleven twenty two. Here's your traffic and transit on the twos. Out in countdown sheds westbound thirty bypass west of three forty you have an accident. You are seeing heavy delays there because of it. Now, the Schuylkill expressway eastbound it's closed at the vine street expressway, all traffic can use thirtieth to get around it or you can just exit for the vine street expressway eastbound westbound out of the Schuylkill that is closed at south street or at thirtieth street now so all traffic forced off at thirtieth. You get right back onto the westbound Schuylkill expressway, then again, westbound seventy six city avenue to Gladwin construction. Crews in the left lane ninety five northbound you're heavy three twenty two. Due to roadwork in the two left lanes again Penn's landing to the vine, the two left lanes blocked and the ninety five northbound ramp to go to the Schuylkill westbound closed, then again, you're seeing heavy delays on ninety five northbound allegany to the Betsy Ross bridge million painting and the two left lanes next update in less than ten minutes. I'm Jim hub master in the TruMark financial twenty four hour traffic center..
"jama" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.
"We were able to show that return once took a count of how they earn more money down the road. They had smaller happier, healthier families was ver-very large as well. So I'm a very strong believer in investing people of a strong believer in social sector. Investments of, I think they're increasingly gonna be determined to national success thing. I just ahead as you know changes. Apparently, if you focus on women's education, family planning, it's one of the biggest contributors to reversing climate change. Again, make a real contribution. People who are better educated are much better stewards from land, whether better stewards of lead that makes it important punch VA Shia. Shia. A sustainability. So we're in a kind of a pickle in the world because we see this shifting and disease patterns from infectious disease to chronic disease. We see gone JAMA had a paper where they showed that there was more than twice as many people dying globally from lifestyle preventable chronic disease as infectious sees. And yet ninety five percent of global resources from NGOs from governments from philanthropy are focused on infectious Z's TB Molina's like the Gates Foundation and less on this burgeoning chronic disease epidemic, which is really driven by our food system. So how do we begin to shift our focus and think more about shipping financial resource to address those issues? Fair part of it is that we do search on heart disease because they're allowed people in the United States Europe, Japan, dive heart disease, similarly cancer. And so to some extent working on those problems requires less philanthropy than working on the infectious disease problems which are largely confined. Oh team, the developing world, but look, I don't design question that the lowest hanging fruit. In terms of improved hell is in the areas of prevention and lifestyle. Increasingly with respect to.
"jama" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"Obviously, we've seen a long history of k. Neo geo games are just talking about wind JAMA's. That's that's. That's a two. I'm gonna talk about win. We talked win. Jam has a lot on the bomb kost yesterday again, because I just like saying wind, it's a great word to say, encourage your to try a home, win, JAMA's, win jet. It's just a great title, a far better title than Chappel title. Flying disc. Yes, yes. Notice five. Yeah, because I used to have a Japanese we and it came to virtual console in Japan. It didn't come in America, but wind jammers came, but it came as I've blocked my way through the giant bump conversation yesterday because they didn't know what in gem is was, oh, you want to giant bomb, didn't win. Jammers was I didn't know lazy big time because as you know, goes, men is the these guys love win. That is, Jim are central over there won't tend to the lines Dan, and there was on the day that they would too big. Essentially win. There was too big win. Jam is subject so that what we say with wind JAMA's and against the wind jammers before with done, what was sing with wind JAMA's is not just the original wind JAMA's being. Being brought to Nintendo switch. The original wind jam is also win JAMA's to a sequence of original. A sequel to a nineteen ninety four Neo. Geo arcade game in two thousand eighteen what. How is this happening if you buy my rule is if you like what's happening. Don't question it and I like what's happening. So I'm just going to let it happen. Okay, I got a theory. You heard the seeing bears thing before steam Berinstain. Yeah, I believe that actually where we were around the same time, it's when like Michael Jackson stopped being awesome when that happened. I think that's when the world like shifted into, and I think that's like the late nineteen eighty s no hold on. I mean dangerous was pretty good pretty good, but also not awesome. Okay. Suggests that bad was the last the last truly great. Michael Jackson album. Okay. And right around then the barren stain bears became the or Baresi embarrassed. Begin the. So you a proponent of the split reality. So I think this is proof. Okay. I, I've been noticing more and more these releases coming out. Obviously we talk about them a lot, but when they announced that grandia was getting rain Astor I, I don't know who was clamoring for the grandia remastered by the way, grandia who is clamoring for wind gem, giant palm. That's true. Well, I think what happened was giant bomb screamed about it for a decade or whatever. And then finally it got that because Neo geo games have been popping up archive archives. Hamster was doing those and PS four. They're popping up, switch other places. And finally, just like, yes, we'll give these people wind jammers and then they added the way it must've sold well enough that, wow, let's make a sequel after all. Just the title alone win gem has made me. I don't even know what it was about new. I played this game before the show. You show me a YouTube video of the of the footage, and I just did essentially to play a one on one speed ball. Yeah, I was like, I'm in. It's great. It's you need to play with. People. That's the key. Like if you play at one player going to be like, what's the big deal play with people? You're like, oh, this is superb. It's just perfect gem is available on switch.
"jama" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"Talk about this really long exhaustive and exhausting article the New York Times data on the rate of bankruptcies among older people which is skyrocketing shocking stuff and they covered so much data but to me left out such an obvious angle so, state troubling so sweet you're troubling back to. This Snapchat Dismore few according to a, JAMA article journal of American Medical Association I think it's a, form of body Dismore disorder The conditions a mental disorder. That causes people and I quote to be extremely, preoccupied with preceived flaw appearance. That to others can't be seen or appears minor that's not my problem people said you'd say to. Me all the time g got gotta red nose And then they get into this today's you know lots of people who say I'm always worried about my thick neck or whatever, is they say what. Are, you talking about today's generation can escape the Truman effect because from birth they're born into an. Age of social platforms where their feelings of self? Worth can be based purely on the number of likes, and followers that they have which is sick sickening yeah. And it used to. Be only, celebrities with a highly technical capabilities and people working for them could Produce flawless envy inducing photos but now that a lot of, people are your friends. Classmates, and family members people are becoming more and more obsessed you know I I I've not done. That But like I admitted because I'm honest only because I don't know how if I if I if I had the app and knew how to do it I probably would. Have, probably. Better off not starting down that road because, I can see how you'd start down that road and and little by, little end up some place that you would think. Is weird yeah boy and once you start doing it on pictures then you'd. Have to keep it up right because, then at, the beach, such a jarring difference Picture or or you, you know you're at a certain weight new gain some weight well I'm, gonna I'm gonna have I'm going, to shave off because I'll be back to my old wait on. A, year.
"jama" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"The suit the please hugh eighty of with his his his emme the you'll be one the no windows seven sure john crawley gathered the really the the laser stories is coming up in just a few minutes it's brooke jubal in the morning and fergie from the black i already talked about a bunch this week her national anthem performance that's a strong word to use for it but there's how in india who super pissed off by for ito low really hit a lotta sore spot you'll understand what i mean by that i'm laser stories in that's coming up right after it's all me sandies of the good old days however now these may give hamas learning now as zia these good old house think about the bags i was think about the band underground load immersion that swelled passenger in a small clever minnesota and the snow outside of burst one of my name and star of the where we astel the laura ingraham in jama baohua be kennedy and can of the besam was was imposed lubbers wooded told me there the good all day long no these madness the new laws leon insane illness saying that president thank god the answers should injuring god that blast i wish i made its own company got at the curse task of poso would have gotten out of my shell was up with the bottle back on the shelves so when the word about where the people thought about comfortable from us this in the stars moses taken now and fowler we went out of his on existing on against kager now the wildlife worded told me very the good old their eyes no this is iran has gone insane and again have a time get all lady worse though young lady always look back and ankle was better than a was maybe these are the moments debbie abbott missile with us about scared that if you take in about the past while persson out on now we've got some time during out there like israel must sign how did they know kelsea pain seized on things were you'd known well i do now tim curley you.
"jama" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"Simple cell houston said this will allow me i modeled to study and nobody knew the word m2 or or this these terms they use and he's the one that uh identified these pathways that are now known to be fundamental in aging healing generation this field of a juvanal aji and it turns out the reason that his science has been so uh mindblowing is these pathways of the east are completely preserved in the human species so what he found in the singles organism is the same biochemistry that screeing in your myself right now and it has profound dietary implications so he went on like i said these five pillars that with some the base of bow chemistry in i think it's october one two thousand sixteen the study was published in a major journal jama internal medicine takes six thousand free range adults a do very careful assessments high animal protein eating free range adults have a high mortality rate low animal protein eating adults have a low mortality rate as a very profound statement those at eat a lot of vegetable base protein didn't have that relationship whether they were lower high they had a survival advantage over the meeting group but highprotein diets accelerate aging through these biochemical pathways cell death our inability the clearer damaged cells out that's called a tough aji that won the nobel prize had that prolonged low came in second on vegetable protein doesn't seem to activate it there is in just to finish that conversation as adults get over age sixty five or seventy protein becomes a more important nutrient uh to sustain their health longterm snack longo and some other experts 'cause you lose muscle mass you don't want to be a frail a muscle depleted elderly person you'll be very prominent ammonia infection and other things falling breaking bones she wanna emphasize and i would say just emphasized vegetable protein your whole life he'd beans eat green z nazi tsetse whole grains because you're going to be in the sector where this accelerated aging.
"jama" Discussed on Connect FM
"And fired when he was caught using a gps generous with his boss couldn't track him who he was found out because he accidentally interfere with airport communication all boy yeah and i t worker and chicago that wanted peace on his train ride was sent to jail until he posted ten thousand dollars bail on a possible hundred thousand dollar fine while awaiting trial for using a jama i'm in a school in dallas was towards twenty five thousand dollars for blocking signals so it's up to you if you want to risk it puts you may want to talk to you instagram addicts instead and see if you can just reason with the iaea but marked we feel for you because i feel for you every time i go to a movie even you want to throw in i often do popcorn that people are get off your phone your lighting up the whole theatre for crying out loud or worse you're talking up the whole thing we're trendless new movie same thing applies but to be i i appreciate the fact you trying to get the whole family together and sit down and have a peaceful dinner and actually share socially in person what's going on with your life these days you know over dinner it's wonderful a great idea you know what though the best thing to do is just collect all the cell phones before dinner put him in a basket somewhere or something hide them until after dinner or stack them up you know this is a thing we've we've done i've and i do to this day once in awhile going out with a group of friends okay let's do a cell phone pile first person to be checking their phone buys dinner it's amazing how noone will check their phone of course i you i look at my smart watch periodically just a what's abedee what we didn't say smart largest we said cell phones but it it's a problem there is no doubt about it so i mean yes there are jammers yes they are illegal there are expensive it's cetera it's not going to be the solution now as far as internet access yeah unplug your router that's not going to stop their cell phone and.
"jama" Discussed on KELO
"Very unusual you're on us over his son in jama by which makes him consistently mr surprise and he will always be turning one 80s and uh so that's that's his basic ego nature but unfortunately for the nation and the president the the strategy of the relationship between the united states birth chart and trump's first chart has his son squared uh met tune in us charts vertigo position which long story short for doing great detail and he's astrology books but to make it easy for everybody and not be an astral babbler i will say that it just simply means that rules the cycles of boombust which have defined american economics so the key for trump's success as they won or even two term president or his complete failure and not finishing his first term is how he handles uh turning the economy around making jobs making the infrastructure thing work um and you can almost see so much of what the agenda is for trump and by some extension the republican party is based on the gamble that or the tax breaks and the everything that has been done will work if there's a build up of economics of employment of people's wages suddenly rising which they magnets for decades and somehow the jobs that were lost to china and now even in china those jobs are being turned into robot jobs that's right that that somehow the.
"jama" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"Sleep uh being socially active socially engaged being with your friends doing puzzles them there's so many things you can do limiting your alcohol quit smoking and there's all these things that will really do help were coming enough i'm going to ask the doctors if they'd wanna know here in a few minutes and see they okay that music means it's time for doc shocked as we find something shocking the news over just shocked it navy the news soviet her this new party allergy term came out in jama have you heard it so it's cardiovascular pre conditioning and all the precondition really means extra size are now calling exercise pre conditioning so this is why so when we exercise we actually put the hard under stress in it it actually causes scheme yasser the heart gets a little less blood flow during the time is really stressed while we're exercising our heart rates up and then every time we do that it makes this the heart less susceptible to a scheme so say somebody exercises like five times a week so the heart gets used to what that feels like when there's not a lot of budgets flowing through it when his push in blood out so then later when that same person has a heart attack or some kind of cardiovascular vent the heart can respond better than it would if you were in exercising sounds good though giving counter the dog look for almost lose sight of mine i know but but we know exercises party our producer toiling this is part of the reason jammeh gets a lot of criticism is not really being a great medical drew his age print the die pointed to articles and they're in the stuff that really has very little to do with anything given in the starting they said even one one bit of exercise so it's not like you have to exercise all the time but they said there were benefits that that last for days after exercise so if you're exercise every two two to three days you have that protective measure that muscle memory going on how can i really got states they've got old stays which are the people exercise at the better chance of surviving heart attack you know even if they have one other they know wind yeah k u conditioning fine arianna poohpoohing really hit by the the they're so harlow alex allred come in.
"jama" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Jama graham dot com the time is now five 2003 it's morning edition from npr news i'm steve inskeep and i made to lighten we put so much of ourselves out uh uh from our proudest and happiest moments to our lowest recently social media has been a space for stories about sexual harassment and sexual assault but for women who file criminal charges putting the experience in writing can actually complicate the search for justice that's because defense attorneys can pick apart postings on facebook and twitter hoping to undermine and accusers credibility i spoke about this with colby brunell she's the senior legal counsel for the victim rights law center and she told me that she understands why women want to post their stores online a lot of victims find a lot of solace in reaching out to other victims whether it's social media you know the internet or whatever the problem with that is that when you get into the criminal case everything on social media is discoverable which means that both parties both the prosecutor and the defence attorney we'll have access to anything that a survivor or a perpetrator posted so they go back into you know your social media feed they see the pictures they see the comments uh they see you know if you have disclosed online they can take your disclosure and compare it to the disclosure that you provided to the police in the official police report on so if they can point out any inconsistencies and that might make the testimony vulnerable so give us if you could some more examples when one particular defense attorneys are searching the social media postings what else or they're looking for it's a very sad commentary but they're mining the s story about the victim is that victim out partying all the time which victims are allowed to do but in a criminal context it will come back to haunt them this is about undermining them as a reliable narrator exactly as a.
"jama" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe
"Basically this was a ride around of a study that was published in jama the journal of the american medical association just yesterday july 25th 2017 and its print trending pretty heavily online right now called clinical pathological evaluation of chronic traumatic encephalopathy in players of american football and so these were some authors at boston university one of the kind of preeminent places where ct e or as i said chronic dramatic encephalopathy is covered or studied they have a very big brain bank dr anne mckee is a narrow path allah just who has been working there for quite some time and she she was involved in this research and basically the the publication is just a broad survey of recent findings where at b you they looked at two hundred two brains of football players from every level so all the way from a high school football player to a professional football player and anywhere in between and they found that eighty seven percent of the two hundred into brains were found to have ct was a very high number kind of in line with what i think most people are expecting now but what is i think trending in the headlines is that of the one hundred and eleven nfl players that were studied one hundred ten of them had ct so almost every single nfl player now dr mickey does warned that obviously this was not a scientific experiment this was not a blinded study and there was a massive selection bias and looking at these brains because.